Too long; didn’t read: Marshal’s handbooks, report forms, links to equipment, scoresheets for archery rounds, and Drachenwald Company of Archers. Marshal contacts at bottom of the page.

Drachenwald offers many opportunities to practice the important medieval skill of archery and to take part in competitions.

Archery is an accessible sport for all ages, and adapts well for people with disabilities.

These documents outline how Drachenwald’s marshals (who act as safety officers and organise tournaments) serve to make archery safe and fun for everyone, and how to teach and mentor new marshals.

The Drachenwald Company of Archers is a ‘guild’ for archers, providing ranks and advancement with recognition from your fellow archers.

Handbooks and authorisation forms

We take safety seriously. ‘Authorisation’ refers to a person who wants to become a marshal passing knowledge and practical tests to gain their marshalling warrant: a bit like taking a driving test before getting your license.

Reporting: forms for quarterly marshal’s reports

Click to use Googleforms to submit a marshal’s report for your region.

Rounds

Read the rules and download the score sheets.

Equipment divisions

Read a description of the equipment used in Drachenwald competitions.

Drachenwald Company of Archers

The Drachenwald Company of Archers promotes archery within the Kingdom of Drachenwald, through recognition, education, and training.

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Archery & Thrown Weapons Marshal Points of Contact

Drachenwald

Jon Knutsson ór Finnmǫrk (Petteri Hoisko)
Email: archery@drachenwald.sca.org





Jon Knutsson ór Finnmǫrk

Insulae Draconis

Mícheál Breathnach (Paul O'Shea)
Email: archerymarshal@insulaedraconis.org





Mícheál Breathnach

Nordmark

Eldgrim den Talföre (Johan Åström)
Email: archery@nordmark.org





Eldgrim den Talföre

Southern

Tamara Samuilova (Lydia J. Krise)
Email: Lydia@aubg.edu





Tamara Samuilova
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